Go beyond just seeing Granada’s historical sights, and head for its famous Science Park, the most visited museum in Andalucia. The 70,000-square-meter interactive museum is a veritable playground of discovery that features concepts ranging from physics to chemistry, culture, philosophy and more.
These subjects are investigated in a variety of spaces, both indoors and out. Inside, for example, check out the planetarium, Foucault’s pendulum, special temporary exhibits, and an area with basic concepts and activities that are suitable for younger children. Outdoors, visit the tropical butterfly house, the astronomical observatory, botanical garden, and much more. With loads to do (largely all available in English, too), one could easily spend hours here immersed in exploration.
The museum is roughly a 15-minute walk from the city center. Note that it
closes on Mondays. There is an extra admission fee to visit the planetarium and special exhibits.